In today’s mini episode, host Leah Walsh shares an article by writer George Saunders, entitled “George Saunders: what writers really do when they write”, originally published in The Guardian on March 4, 2017. Check back next week for a new episode and guest! George Saunders: what writers really do when they write
This Week: Kevin has sound issues, Rob and Kevin go to Encores’ Grand Hotel, the brilliance of Josh Rhodes, Anita Gillette sings the lullaby of Birdland, Tommy Tune reinvents a a forgotten musical, celebrating David James Carroll, the history of At The Grand, was Kismet really a hit, Goulet gets dissed, Joan Deiner Diner, the 1989-1990 musical season, the infamous Grand Hotel commercial, Michael Jeter’s brilliance, Tommy Tune Types a Tell All, Mae West gets fired from Sephora, and NYC’s sketchiest hotel. Every week director Robert W Schneider and actor Kevin David Thomas pull back the curtain on neglected, forgotten, and under appreciated musicals, as well as bizarre performances, endearing television appearances, and all things show business. Become a sponsor of Behind The Curtain and get early access to interviews, private playlists, and advance knowledge of future guests so you can ask the legends your own questions. Go to: https://bit.ly/2i7nWC4
It was one of those moments when we got to sit down with one of our teachers, director/choreographer extraordinaire, and Broadway’s finest “gypsies,” Brian J. Marcum! We talk about how training has changed, what its like to be in a “flop” versus a hit, and we kinda fail at Caleb’s game this week. If you love what you hear, please RATE and REVIEW on iTunes. We’ll love you for it! Cheers!
Listen to Mark Gatiss, Olivia Williams, Matt Cardle, Denise Gough and Lesley Manville talk about their love of theatre.
When Kimberly leaves the boys alone…they go to brunch! Play along as Bryan and Kevin are left to debate a March Madness style bracket of musicals over mimosas and margaritas. What will win?